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Mar 17, 2008 15:34 |  #1

C&C is definitely welcomed.

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Mar 17, 2008 16:13 |  #2

I like the first one, perhaps crop thinner like a pano, the sky is a bit empty. If you move round more on the 3rd one you'll just get the trail which is a nice effect, you can draw stick men and the like.


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Mar 17, 2008 18:49 |  #3

I love the cityscape.....great job...


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Mar 18, 2008 06:30 as a reply to  @ DegasGoneDigital's post |  #4

Very nice ...




  
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Mar 19, 2008 09:31 |  #5

Thanks guys.




  
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Mar 19, 2008 10:43 |  #6

petebarnes wrote in post #5134928 (external link)
If you move round more on the 3rd one you'll just get the trail which is a nice effect, you can draw stick men and the like.

Maybe spell out the word "Miami" with the light and it could look like a postcard.



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Mar 19, 2008 11:11 |  #7

When i look at those photos they remind me with Sharjah city alongside Khalid Buhairah [Lagoon].


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Mar 19, 2008 15:15 |  #8

Very nice reflections, and nice composition - I would have moved to the edge of the water though to eliminate the slightly distracting shore line


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Mar 19, 2008 17:17 |  #9

Try this with the light, try and draw around the buildings, if you move quick enough you won't be captures, maybe drawn in a couple windows too, it'll make a great effect!


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